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    Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun and the largest planet within the Solar System.

    Updated:July 2009.
    Jupiter's impact, Huge impact on Jupiter appeared suddenly near the south pole of Jupiter, some Comet or Asteroid must have just crashed into atmosphere of super Planet July 2009 THI IS LIVE EVENT BY TONYNETONE

    Jupiter extremely change, obvious anyone with a backyard telescope to see surface features as well from end of 2009. Updated May 2010.

    Updated: September.,18,2010

    Jupiter next week in the night sky big or bright making closest approach to Earth in nearly 50 years It won't be that big or bright again until 2022 on September 21, 2010 will be the closest distance between Earth and Jupiter between 1963 and 2022 great look at Jupiter on any clear night for the rest of September.

    Updated 3 june 2010. Jupiter's impact, 3 Jun 2010 ... Astronomy BREAKING: Another Jupiter impact were startled by a bright flash of light on Jupiter. Around the world are aiming telescopes at Jupiter

    Update: May 2010 the red spot on Jupiter has apparently disappeared,according to new photos,but It's not the first time the belt has disappeared,Jupiter continues to surprise,without a general conscious awareness,of our times, for jupiter super planet it is normal to make different;Jupiter a fluid planet,a bloated ball of gas, Its mean (average) distance from the sun is about 483780000 miles (778570000 kilometers)--- Live Tonynetone--- May 2010

    Jupiter is the largest planet in the Solar System second brightest in the sky after Venus.
    Has various moons and a ring system. ------
    Update: Feb 2014

    Jupiter will reach its highest point in the sky for many years in early March. All eyes will be on the skies between 1st and 8th March 2014

    Stay tunned for more updated fo Jupiter

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